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The hydrodynamic coefficients are important parameters for predicting the motion of the glider and upgrading the hull design. In this paper, based on the Reynolds number similarity theory, 6 degrees of freedom (DOFs) of the fluid force and torque of a 1:1 full-scale glider model are measured. The present measurements were carried out at (2 - 14m/s) by varying attack angles and sideslip angles (-9 - 9°), respectively. The measurements were used to study the variation of the hydrodynamics of thedoi:10.1155/2018/8474389 fatcat:xr5kyv3onfd4lirmuq7l2lp5ze